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Muoio, Lampitt, Chiaravalloti, Mukherji & Jimenez Bill to Expand Background Check Requirements for Family Day Cares Heads to Gov's Desk

Legislation Assembly Democrats Elizabeth Muoio, Pamela Lampitt, Nicholas Chiaravalloti, Raj Mukherji and Angelica Jimenez sponsored to require family day care providers to undergo criminal history record background checks received final legislative approval Thursday and now heads to the governor's desk.

"It is imperative that anyone who has access to young children in a family day care setting should undergo a criminal background check," said Muoio (D-Mercer/Hunterdon). "This crucial change in current law will address a gap and will now help keep children safe."

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Chaparro & Chiaravalloti Bill to Help Domestic Violence Victims Opt-Out of Bundled or Multi-Year Phone and Cable Contracts Clears Full Assembly

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Annette Chaparro and Nicholas Chiaravalloti to allow domestic violence victims to cancel television and telephone service contracts without paying early termination fees was unanimously approved by the full Assembly on Monday.

"Victims of domestic violence that are under a telecom contract with their abuser should be able to break their contract without penalty," said Chaparro (D-Hudson). "These multi-bundle plans are iron-clad agreements by design but to anyone in a situation that threatens their security these agreements feel more like traps with monetary penalties."

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Mukherji, Pintor-Marin, Muoio, Holley & Chiaravalloti Bill to Fast Track Green Building Projects Passes Assembly

Legislation sponsored by Assembly members Raj Mukherji, Eliana Pintor-Marin, Elizabeth Muoio, Jamel Holley and Nicholas Chiaravalloti that would fast-track environmentally friendly municipal construction projects was approved Monday by the General Assembly.

"Fast tracking green construction jobs will give a much needed boost to our state's economic engine," said Mukherji (D-Hudson). "Ensuring that engine is fueled with environmentally friendly projects is an added bonus that will pay economic and environmental dividends for years to come."

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